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Victims Targeted Under Guise of Obamacare - 1 views

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    LAS VEGAS - What you don't know can hurt you when it comes to the hundreds of scams circulating about the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.

    Scammers are calling people (mostly seniors) and trying to fool them into providing personal information. The scammers tell the victims they were selected to get insurance cards for the Affordable Care Act.

    Most of these scammers do not use the official title of "Affordable Care Act." They call it Obamacare, according to consumer watchdog groups and the Better Business Bureau.

    The scammer tells the victim in order to receive the insurance cards, the victim must provide his or her Social Security number and bank account information.

    You should never give out that information, especially to someone calling your home.

    The Affordable Care Act scam isn't the only one using President Obama's name. Another scam is circulating across the valley that could land in your e-mail inbox.

    The e-mail states President Obama is giving money to Americans who purchase solar panels.

    The e-mail comes from a website that represents a network of solar installation and service companies. If you respond to the e-mail for a free solar assessment, you will receive a call to discuss service options.

    Solar panels will cost you a lot of money. While government rebates are available, they aren't coming directly from the president. If you are thinking about buying solar panels, remember, no one will give them to you for free.

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Rozen Monroe

Springhill korea anti-fraud / Obama seeks to widen support base with Florida seniors, H... - 0 views

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    KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- Kicking off a two-day Sunshine State barnstorm Saturday, President Barack Obama tapped into key parts of what he hopes will be a winning Florida coalition similar to but larger than the one he assembled in 2008. At stops in Seminole and Kissimmee, Fla., the president, who won the Sunshine State by just 50.9 percent in 2008, targeted the votes of senior citizens, warning that their Medicare benefits would be harmed by a plan put forward by his Republican opponents Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. "I want you to know, AARP, I would never turn Medicare into a voucher," Obama said at a civic center here, making an explicit play for members of the 50-and-up club. "I believe no American should ever have to spend their golden years at the mercy of insurance companies."
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Springhill korea anti-fraud/China-US Standoff over Dissident Chen - blogger - 0 views

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    The decision of US to let the blind human rights activist Chen Guangcheng return into China's fold following his escape from authorities is straining ties between the two countries as diplomatic dialogues opened in Beijing. The 40-year old Chen who is now considered a dissident became an international human rights inspiration to many Chinese after earning the ire of the local government for exposing forced abortions in line with the country's one-child policy. The self-taught lawyer took to the US embassy after his escape, apparently to ask for help but was eventually ushered into the Beijing Hospital.
Rozen Monroe

Businesses Focus on Region's Aging Population - blogger - 0 views

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    Using a moisture sensor, a wireless system and a mobile phone, Kevin Wong, the chief executive of Ckicom Technology Ltd, explains how this new technology can alert caregivers when they should change the diapers of elderly people in nursing homes.
    As the rapid aging of Asia's population creates challenges for governments and societies, new opportunities are emerging for businesses serving the needs of the elderly and their caretakers.
    While population aging is a global phenomenon, the Asian-Pacific region is expected to see a particularly drastic demographic change over the next few decades.
Rozen Monroe

SPRINGHILL GROUP CARE WILL OPEN BRANCH ON SOUTH KOREA - blogger - 0 views

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    Sometime in the second quarter of this year, springhill group will open a new branch in South Korea. Springhill group Korea will provide many services in the area with new opportunities for those around. Springhill group south Korea will bring new life to the south Korean areas. There will be many career openings in the area as well as new opportunities for everyone alike. The branch will as stated earlier, become open sometime in the second quarter of this year and will expand the company by growing into a more international company. This will bring more opportunities to many areas and will increase the workforce of the company. Springhill group is a growing company and will continue to expand over the years. You can try to contact the group for more information or read about them on news sites. They are trying to expand their market so that they can bring an influence to south Korea and make it so that their company gets bigger every day. By expanding, they are offering many new jobs and careers while also trying to obtain more customers in new, international areas around the world. Opening up a branch in south Korea is a big step for this company and will influence many.
Rozen Monroe

N. Korean refugees investigated for insurance fraud - blogger - 0 views

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    SEOUL (AFP) - South Korean police said on Tuesday they were investigating 27 North Korean refugees for swindling private insurance firms out of hundreds of thousands of dollars in bogus medical claims.
    Police said the refugees faked illness in collusion with hospitals to claim a total of 1.04 billion won (S$1.16 million) from insurance firms between 2007 and 2010.
    While listed as hospitalised, they frequented saunas, restaurants and even nightclubs. The scam also involved a 71-year-old doctor and five hospital employees who conspired with the refugees to claim a separate 104 million won from the state health insurance agency, police said.
    Police are also investigating two brokers on suspicion of helping the refugees send some of the proceeds to relatives in the North.
Rozen Monroe

Kickbacks, Honest Services, and Health Care Fraud after Skilling - blogger - 0 views

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    Joan H. Krause
    University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill - School of Law
    August 8, 2012
    Annals of Health Law, Vol. 21, No. 1, 2012
    UNC Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2018589
    Abstract:
    This essay considers how the 2010 Supreme Court decision in Skilling v. United States, which limited the situations in which mail and wire fraud cases may be premised on violations of the "intangible right to honest services," has the potential to alter the future of health care fraud litigation. While Skilling is widely perceived to have closed the door to several types of common mail and wire fraud prosecutions, this may not turn out to be the case in health care. In health care, the renewed focus on kickbacks as evidence of an honest services breach instead may dovetail nicely with both the Obama Administration's emphasis on criminal health care fraud enforcement and the jurisprudence of the Medicare & Medicaid Anti-Kickback Statute. This kind of leverage may prove very difficult for prosecutors to resist, and most certainly will require changes in the way the health law bar approaches common Anti-Kickback concerns.
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Springhll Care Group: GlaxoSmithKline to pay $3 billion for drug fraud - Rozen Monroe's... - 1 views

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    TRENTON, New Jersey (AP) ― British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline will pay $3 billion in fines ― the largest health care fraud settlement in U.S. history ― for criminal and civil violations involving 10 drugs that are taken by millions of people.
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Springhll Care Group: GlaxoSmithKline to pay $3 billion for drug fraud - 1 views

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    http://view.koreaherald.com/kh/view.php?ud=20120703000817 TRENTON, New Jersey (AP) ― British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline will pay $3 billion in fines ― the largest health care fraud settlement in U.S. history ― for criminal and civil violations involving 10 drugs that are taken by millions of people.
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Organised investment fraud cost Aussies $113m - 0 views

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    The Australian Crime Commission has estimated that 2600 Australians have lost more than $113 million due to investment fraud, in the last five years.

    The findings come in a new report, published yesterday, titled Serious and Organised Investment Fraud in Australia (PDF). The report was put together by Taskforce Galilee, a consortium of 19 government departments, including the Crime Commission, the Attorney-General's Department, the Australian Tax Office, the Department of Human Services and the Australian Communications and Media Authority.

    In addition to offers for shares in companies, the fraudsters offer green energy investments, new technology shares, lotteries and sweepstakes and foreign currency trading, among others.

    The report found that most of the operations targeting Australians were based overseas. Many were based in Asia, but were not run in Asia. Those who cold-called victims were generally Australia, English, Scottish, Kiwi or South African.
Rozen Monroe

SOUTH GROUP SPRINGHILL KOREA: China, Korea linked to pill scam | Bangkok Post: news | D... - 0 views

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    The move came after the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) obtained information that a Thai company had struck a deal to buy 10 billion pseudoephedrine-based cold tablets from a Chinese firm.

    Previously, the DSI obtained information that the firm also signed a deal to buy 850 million tablets, or 40 tonnes of the medicine, from South Korea.

    The DSI found that 87 million cold tablets were transported into Thailand from South Korea by plane on nine occasions since 2010.

    They had false air cargo manifests to avoid attracting attention from the authorities.

    The DSI suspected the medicines were smuggled in from South Korea.

    The DSI is investigating two companies suspected of being involved in the smuggling of the pills from overseas.

    The companies are UTAC Thai Co Ltd, a supplier of integrated circuits, and TVR Group Co Ltd, a car dealer and vehicle hire firm.

    Some information relating to the drug purchases was uncovered at the companies during recent searches of their premises but the firms denied any involvement.
Rozen Monroe

Organised investment fraud cost Aussies $113m (Tvinx :: News) - 0 views

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    The Australian Crime Commission has estimated that 2600 Australians have lost more than $113 million due to investment fraud, in the last five years.

    The findings come in a new report, published yesterday, titled Serious and Organised Investment Fraud in Australia (PDF). The report was put together by Taskforce Galilee, a consortium of 19 government departments, including the Crime Commission, the Attorney-General's Department, the Australian Tax Office, the Department of Human Services and the Australian Communications and Media Authority.

    In addition to offers for shares in companies, the fraudsters offer green energy investments, new technology shares, lotteries and sweepstakes and foreign currency trading, among others.

    The report found that most of the operations targeting Australians were based overseas. Many were based in Asia, but were not run in Asia. Those who cold-called victims were generally Australia, English, Scottish, Kiwi or South African.

    The report stated that the fraudsters commonly used Voice-over-IP, email, phone, mobile phone or SMS to contact victims, and developed fake websites with log-ins that would displace fake balances, to keep the victim investing money in the scam.

    The victims tended to be male, aged over 35 years, but generally over 50. Small business owners, self-funded retirees and those who are socially isolated were common. The report said that Australian victims were found to be well-educated and computer literate.

    Home Affairs Minister Jason Clare said in a statement that people could be strung along for months before catching on.
Rozen Monroe

SPRINGHILL CARE GROUP - 0 views

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    The move came after the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) obtained information that a Thai company had struck a deal to buy 10 billion pseudoephedrine-based cold tablets from a Chinese firm.

    Previously, the DSI obtained information that the firm also signed a deal to buy 850 million tablets, or 40 tonnes of the medicine, from South Korea.

    The DSI found that 87 million cold tablets were transported into Thailand from South Korea by plane on nine occasions since 2010.

    They had false air cargo manifests to avoid attracting attention from the authorities.

    The DSI suspected the medicines were smuggled in from South Korea.

    The DSI is investigating two companies suspected of being involved in the smuggling of the pills from overseas.

    The companies are UTAC Thai Co Ltd, a supplier of integrated circuits, and TVR Group Co Ltd, a car dealer and vehicle hire firm.

    Some information relating to the drug purchases was uncovered at the companies during recent searches of their premises but the firms denied any involvement.

    Mr Tarit said yesterday DSI officials also discovered a contract to buy 10 billion pseudoephedrine-based cold tablets from China during the search at UTAC Thai Co Ltd.

    Under the contract, the first batch of 2 million tablets was to have been shipped to Thailand on July 31, 2009.

    He said the DSI also found a photo showing a man collecting the pills from Suvarnabhumi airport cargo warehouse.

    The cold tablets from China and South Korea have the same brand name of COLCOLCO, he said.

    Mr Tarit said DSI officials also searched the company's factory but there was nothing amiss.

    However, it was found that the company had three South Korean executives and one Thai executive, Mr Tarit said.

    He said the Korean Food and Drug Administration recently sent information regarding the nine shipments of pills which showed the contract to buy the cold tablets from South Korean was signed by UTAC Thai Co.
Rozen Monroe

SPRINGHILL CARE GROUP - 0 views

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    The Australian Crime Commission has estimated that 2600 Australians have lost more than $113 million due to investment fraud, in the last five years.
    The findings come in a new report, published yesterday, titled Serious and Organised Investment Fraud in Australia (PDF). The report was put together by Taskforce Galilee, a consortium of 19 government departments, including the Crime Commission, the Attorney-General's Department, the Australian Tax Office, the Department of Human Services and the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
    In addition to offers for shares in companies, the fraudsters offer green energy investments, new technology shares, lotteries and sweepstakes and foreign currency trading, among others.
    The report found that most of the operations targeting Australians were based overseas. Many were based in Asia, but were not run in Asia. Those who cold-called victims were generally Australia, English, Scottish, Kiwi or South African.
    The report stated that the fraudsters commonly used Voice-over-IP, email, phone, mobile phone or SMS to contact victims, and developed fake websites with log-ins that would displace fake balances, to keep the victim investing money in the scam.
    The victims tended to be male, aged over 35 years, but generally over 50. Small business owners, self-funded retirees and those who are socially isolated were common. The report said that Australian victims were found to be well-educated and computer literate.
    Home Affairs Minister Jason Clare said in a statement that people could be strung along for months before catching on.
Rozen Monroe

SPRINGHILL CARE GROUP - 0 views

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    The Australian Crime Commission has estimated that 2600 Australians have lost more than $113 million due to investment fraud, in the last five years.
    The findings come in a new report, published yesterday, titled Serious and Organised Investment Fraud in Australia (PDF). The report was put together by Taskforce Galilee, a consortium of 19 government departments, including the Crime Commission, the Attorney-General's Department, the Australian Tax Office, the Department of Human Services and the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
    In addition to offers for shares in companies, the fraudsters offer green energy investments, new technology shares, lotteries and sweepstakes and foreign currency trading, among others.
    The report found that most of the operations targeting Australians were based overseas. Many were based in Asia, but were not run in Asia. Those who cold-called victims were generally Australia, English, Scottish, Kiwi or South African.
    The report stated that the fraudsters commonly used Voice-over-IP, email, phone, mobile phone or SMS to contact victims, and developed fake websites with log-ins that would displace fake balances, to keep the victim investing money in the scam.
    The victims tended to be male, aged over 35 years, but generally over 50. Small business owners, self-funded retirees and those who are socially isolated were common. The report said that Australian victims were found to be well-educated and computer literate.
    Home Affairs Minister Jason Clare said in a statement that people could be strung along for months before catching on.
    "This is what happens. The criminal syndicate cold calls the investor, refers them to a flash website and sends them a brochure, promising strong investment returns. After taking their money, they string them along for months or even years, and then the money disappears," he said.
    "People's entire life savings are stolen by criminals, with the click of a mouse. This type of crime destroys we
Rozen Monroe

SOUTH GROUP SPRINGHILL KOREA: China, Korea linked to pill scam | Bangkok Post: news | D... - 0 views

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    The move came after the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) obtained information that a Thai company had struck a deal to buy 10 billion pseudoephedrine-based cold tablets from a Chinese firm.

    Previously, the DSI obtained information that the firm also signed a deal to buy 850 million tablets, or 40 tonnes of the medicine, from South Korea.

    The DSI found that 87 million cold tablets were transported into Thailand from South Korea by plane on nine occasions since 2010.

    They had false air cargo manifests to avoid attracting attention from the authorities.

    The DSI suspected the medicines were smuggled in from South Korea.

    The DSI is investigating two companies suspected of being involved in the smuggling of the pills from overseas.

    The companies are UTAC Thai Co Ltd, a supplier of integrated circuits, and TVR Group Co Ltd, a car dealer and vehicle hire firm.

    Some information relating to the drug purchases was uncovered at the companies during recent searches of their premises but the firms denied any involvement.

    Mr Tarit said yesterday DSI officials also discovered a contract to buy 10 billion pseudoephedrine-based cold tablets from China during the search at UTAC Thai Co Ltd.

    Under the contract, the first batch of 2 million tablets was to have been shipped to Thailand on July 31, 2009.
Rozen Monroe

Organised investment fraud cost Aussies $113m - The-looser-it-s-me - 0 views

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    The Australian Crime Commission has estimated that 2600 Australians have lost more than $113 million due to investment fraud, in the last five years.

    The findings come in a new report, published yesterday, titled Serious and Organised Investment Fraud in Australia (PDF). The report was put together by Taskforce Galilee, a consortium of 19 government departments, including the Crime Commission, the Attorney-General's Department, the Australian Tax Office, the Department of Human Services and the Australian Communications and Media Authority.

    In addition to offers for shares in companies, the fraudsters offer green energy investments, new technology shares, lotteries and sweepstakes and foreign currency trading, among others.

    The report found that most of the operations targeting Australians were based overseas. Many were based in Asia, but were not run in Asia. Those who cold-called victims were generally Australia, English, Scottish, Kiwi or South African.

    The report stated that the fraudsters commonly used Voice-over-IP, email, phone, mobile phone or SMS to contact victims, and developed fake websites with log-ins that would displace fake balances, to keep the victim investing money in the scam.

    The victims tended to be male, aged over 35 years, but generally over 50. Small business owners, self-funded retirees and those who are socially isolated were common. The report said that Australian victims were found to be well-educated and computer literate.

    Home Affairs Minister Jason Clare said in a statement that people could be strung along for months before catching on.

    "This is what happens. The criminal syndicate cold calls the investor, refers them to a flash website and sends them a brochure, promising strong investment returns. After taking their money, they string them along for months or even years, and then the money disappears," he said.

    "People's entire life savings are stolen by criminals, with the click of a mouse. This type of c
Rozen Monroe

springhill group south koreaspring hill woman accused in counterfeit scam springhill gr... - 1 views

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    SOUTH GROUP SPRINGHILL KOREA: China, Korea linked to pill scam | Bangkok Post: news Posted byhoneybunny 7 hours ago (http://www.bangkokpost.com) Thailand is seeking help from China and South Korea to support its efforts to crack down on the smuggling of pseudoephedrine-based cold pills.
Rozen Monroe

Organised investment fraud cost Aussies $113m | ZDNet - 1 views

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    The Australian Crime Commission has estimated that 2600 Australians have lost more than $113 million due to investment fraud, in the last five years. The findings come in a new report, published yesterday, titled Serious and Organised Investment Fraud in Australia (PDF).
Rozen Monroe

Springhill Care Group: 7.1 Quake Struck Chile - 0 views

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    10April 2012- Springhill Care Group News - A 7.1-magnitude quake has struck Central Chile on Sunday night, the longest and strongest one yet since an earthquake happened in the same area in 2010. Although they are reports of injured from the falling ceiling of a church, there were no major damage or casualty.



    According to the US Geological Survey, the earthquake struck at around 7.30 pm (local time) at a depth of 22 miles, lasting for a minute.



    It was estimated by Springhill Care Group that the earthquake's epicenter was in Maule, 27 kilometers NW of Talca and around 220 kilometers SW of Santiago, the nation's capital with 17.2 million residents.



    They had a total collapse of telephone and mobile lines as buildings in the country's capital swayed. People on a 480-mile radius of Chile's central coast are warned to evacuate to higher ground.



    Residents of Constitucion were especially alarmed because their downtown region was where a terrible tsunami happened in 2010.



    Chile's oceanographic and hydrographic services along with the national emergency units called off the tsunami warning to be issued for most of the coastal areas following an assessment that the earthquake is unlikely to trigger huge waves.



    The alert they issued was restored for the region's most close to the epicenter after authorities noticed the waters have retreated 130 feet from the shore in Duao and Iloca. They are well aware that a sharp out surge of surf can bring a tsunami.



    Lots of residents living in the coastal regions kept away from the shore as they have recalled how the government told them during the 2010 earthquake that there will be no tsunami, moments before huge waves actually struck, leaving 156 dead.



    Springhill Care Group has retracted a preventive measure of evacuation order before midnight following the order to evacuate 7,000 people in the coastal areas due to fears of tsunami (although no formal tsunami alert was given).



    Fortunately, t
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